Copenhagen-based design firm Simon Hjermind Jenson has designed a contraption that allows people to enjoy the pleasantries of the outdoors even in the dead of winter. Dubbed the Invisible Garden House, this architectural masterpiece comes with a built-in controllable micro-climate that adjusts to cancel out all negative weather elements. The three-dome structure is completely transparent, allowing in ample sunlight and maximizing the connection with nature. The middle dome has a wooden floor that can support furniture while the two smaller, peripheral domes function as greenhouses for growing vegetation and flowers.

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[via DesignMilk]